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Which of the following is not considered a primary part of the five element theory?

A. Wood
B. Earth
C. Metal
D. Light

D. Light


What is the best definition of pain?

A. Unpleasant sensory experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage.
B. An exacerbation of sensory and muscle systems.
C. The relationship between entrainment and biorhythms.
D. Idiopathic nature of events associated with actual tissue damage.

A. Unpleasant sensory experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage.


Positioning a client on their stomach is called ____.

Prone positioning


The pineal gland and the thyroid are found in the following?

Endocrine System


Which of the following is not considered a carpal bone?

A. Hamate
B. Triquetrum
C. Lunate
D. Cuboid

D. Cuboid


Which of the following is not considered part of the femur?

A. Medial condyle
B. Linea aspera
C. Anterior patellar surface
D. Tibial tuberosity

D. Tibial tuberosity


A joint that has ligament instability can also be described as a ____.

Hypermobile joint


Which of the following ligaments is not involved in the radiocarpal joint?

A. Dorsal radiocarpal ligament
B. Palmar ulnocarpal ligament
C. Annular ligament
D. Palmar radiocarpal ligament

C. Annular ligament


Which of the following muscles does not attach to the scapula?

A. Adductor magnus
B. Teres minor
C. Teres major
D. Supraspinatus

A. Adductor magnus


Which of the following nerves is not part of the brachial plexus?

A. Obturator
B. Ulnar
C. Radial
D. Axillary

A. Obturator


Which of the following conditions is described as, "Poor blood volume prevents the heart from pumping enough blood to the body?"

A. Hypovolemic shock
B. Myocarditis
C. Aortic aneurysm
D. Aortic insufficiency

A. Hypovolemic shock


Which of the following is not directly considered part of the Lymphatic System?

A. Cisterna chyli
B. Thymus
C. Tonsils
D. Tricuspid valve

D. Tricuspid valve


Which of the following conditions is described as, "a congenital defect were lung arteries and veins form improperly, and a fistula is formed creating poor oxygenation of blood?"

A. Pulmonary arteriovenous fistulas
B. Alveolar proteinosis
C. Respiratory alkalosis

A. Pulmonary arteriovenous fistulas


Which of the following conditions is described as, "A redness that covers the middle part of the face. Blood vessels in the face dilate. Most common in adults 30-50 years old. Unable to be cured, only treated. May cause long term skin damage is left untreated. Antibiotics are often prescribed?"

A. Rosacea
B. Seborrheic keratosis
C. Bullous pemphigoid
D. Stevens-Johnson syndrome

A. Rosacea


Which of the following osteopaths formalized and clarified the Orthobionomy system of treatment?

A. Dr. John Anderson
B. Dr. Arthur Pauls
C. Dr. Kate Jackson
D. Dr. Henry Thompson

B. Dr. Arthur Pauls

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